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Yamamoto's Zanpakuto posseses fire-related abilities. In fact, it is considered the strongest fire-based Zanpakuto in Soul Society
I don’t really have to explain this one.
Eyjafjalla has fire-related magic
Laura Edmonds can manipulate fire as well as almost every other element. She uses lightning most often in battle though.
New chain: Characters who are involved in political matters. Monarchs, bureaucrats, spies, assassins, average joes caught in the middle of it, etc.
Like in the original myth, Mordred rebelled against Altria and usurped the throne of Britain for a while.
In the game, Oaama no Ake no Mitori overthrew the old monarch by killing them, before taking the throne for themself.
Fine and Rein: the titular girls from Fushigiboshi No Futagohime. Note that Futagohime literally means "Twin Princesses".
White Diamond is the leader of The Great Diamond Authority, the leaders of Homeworld
Count Cagliostro, naturally.
New chain: Vehicles
Lupin and Jigen’s 1957 yellow Fiat 500.
Brum. Also fun fact: the person who made him, Rex Garrod, was also a Robot Wars competitor if you don't know already.
The theme is vehicles
Edited by Billy5545 on May 15th 2020 at 10:18:37 PM
Commander of Deep Space 9, a highly active freeport stationed at the mouth of a trans-galactic wormhole, which is the main source of commerce and tourism for a planet which recently overcame an occupation. There's a lot of politics going on, and Sisko here is heavily involved in both keeping the peace, as well as waging the war.
Edited by ginsengaddict on May 16th 2020 at 3:00:52 AM
Ilyushin Il-2 Shturmovik. A mass produced Ground Attack Plane used by the Soviets in WWII, nicknamed "The Flying Tank" for its sheer ruggedness. Stalin once famously said that lL-2s were "as essential to the Red Army as air and bread."
USS Enterprise is obviously a spaceship
I don't think I have any of just vehicles, but here's Lemmy on the Koopa Clown Car.
The Razorback, a ship built to "VROOM VROOM!!!" in space.
Here's Lemmy's brother Larry, also on his Koopa Clown Car. 😅
New chain: Convicts
Sideshow Bob has been to prison too many times to count, mostly for attempting to murder Bart Simpson and later the entire Simpson family
Alice Yabusame; bonus points for literally being referred to as The Convict early on. Was imprisoned for murdering Sou Hiyori, but why he did it and the full details are mostly unknown.
Dr. Lecter is technically in an asylum, not a prison, but six of one...
Jason has done some crimes when he was alive and possibly went to jail. One of him and his buddy's schemes involved robbing a place which led to his death of suffocating a safe he hid in.
Edited by TabbyGirl4 on May 25th 2020 at 7:24:47 AM
Technically Moss is a convict in one definition because he has been convicted to 3 hours community service
Edited by FracturedImages on May 25th 2020 at 9:44:28 PM
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